Latin Tutor Opening- egina Caeli Academy, a classical homeschool
support academy in the Catholic tradition, seeks an upper school Latin
tutor for the 2018-2019 academic year. The preferred candidate will
possess an excitement for learning and student formation, a love of the
Catholic faith, and mastery of the subject matter. Tutor training is August
1st-3rd, and classes begin August 20 at our center in Gonzales.
Regina Caeli meets Mondays and Thursdays only from 9:30am - 3:30pm.
The position is hourly, and pay is commensurate with experience.
For more information, contact Winslow Brandenburg at
email@example.com and visit our website: rcahybrid.org
The Office of Religious Education will offer a certification course on The Creed presented by Fr. Jared Rodrigue at Mary, Queen of Peace. Courses are offered for those working on catechist certification or anyone who is interested in furthering their understanding of our Catholic faith.
Summary of this course: "This synthesis of faith was not made to accord with human opinions, but rather what was of the greatest importance was gathered from all the Scriptures, to present the one teaching of the faith in its entirety. And just as the mustard seed contains a great number of branches in a tiny grain, so too this summary of faith encompassed in a few words the whole knowledge of the true religion contained in the Old and New Testaments." (St. Cyril of Jerusalem, as cited in CCC, no. 186)
We profess our statement of beliefs every time we pray the CREED. Explore anew the history of our CREED and its profound relevance of each statement in the CREED to our lives as Jesus' disciples.
This is a five-part course:
Thursday, April 12th
Thursday, April 19th
Thursday, April 26th
Thursday, May 3rd
Thursday, May 10th
Class will begin at 3:30pm and end at 5:30pm and it will take place in Room 2 of the Parish Center.
Contact Phone Number: (504) 861-6270
Location: Mary, Queen of Peace
St. Peter Catholic Church in Covington invites everyone to “Decoding the Old Testament”, a Bible Study with Biblical Scholar and Historian, Jim Seghers. Journey to new depths in your faith as you discover how “The New Testament lies hidden in the Old and the Old is unveiled in the New.” (St. Augustine) Join us at 7:00pm on Mondays, April 16, 23, 30 and May 7 and 14 in St. Mary’s Hall on the St. Peter Church campus. Registration will take place at the first meeting.
A $10.00 donation is suggested.
Please make checks payable to St. Peter Catholic Church. For additional information, contact St. Peter Rectory, 985-892-2422. This “Growth in Faith” is sponsored by St Peter Adult Formation Committee.
Contact Phone Number: (985) 892-2422
Location: St. Mary's Hall, St Peter Church Campus
Theology of the Body for Teens Training will be held Wednesday April 25 through Friday April 27 at St. Dominic Catholic Church. This 1.5 day (middle school) or 2.5 day (high school) training is perfect for parents, teachers, youth leaders, priests, deacons, anyone who works with pre-teens & teens. Registration & payment are required.
Contact Phone Number: (504) 400-4824
Location: St. Dominic Catholic Church (Siena Room), 775 Harrison AVE, NOLA
The Office of Religious Education will offer a certification course on Catholic Understanding of Scripture presented by Mr. James Behan Jr. at St. Benilde School. Courses are offered for those working on catechist certification or anyone who is interested in furthering their understanding of our Catholic faith.
Summary of this course: This course introduces the catechist to basic beliefs about the Catholic understanding of scripture, especially the creation account, the covenant made by God with Abraham and his descendants and God's covenant with Jesus.
This is a two-part course:
Saturday, April 28th
Saturday, May 12th
Register at http://www.nolaore.org/catholic-understanding-of-scripture-registration
Contact Phone Number: (504) 861-6270
Location: St. Benilde School
Fundraiser Hosted by St. Ann Men's Club
Seafood & wild Game Cook-Off
Saturday, April 28th from 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Food, Music, Inflatables, 50/50 Raffle
Seafood & Wild Game Samples $2
Kid Friendly Food Available
Corn Hole Tournament
Team Entry or Sponsorship - Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Phone Number: (504) 455-7071
Location: St. Ann School parking lot, Loveland Street, Metairie
Lafayette, Louisiana – Fullness of Truth invites you to explore the miraculous! “Miracles Do Happen!” will occur May 4th-5th, 2018 at St. Pius X Catholic Church in Lafayette, Louisiana. Come hear dynamic presentations on key supernatural encounters throughout the ages with Our Risen Lord Jesus, His Blessed Mother Mary, and with His Saints and Angels, and other examples of the otherwise, when devoid of faith, incomprehensible. Miracles are unspeakable gifts from Almighty God, granting the Faithful mere foretastes of the glory of Heaven. Even today, nearly 2000 years after His Ascension, Our Lord still allows miracles to affirm us in His abiding, ever-present Love.
Speakers include: Msgr. Eduardo Sanchez (Postulator for the cause of canonization of St. Juan Diego and Our Lady of Guadalupe image expert from Her Shrine in Mexico City); Michael O’Neill (known to Catholic radio/TV as “The Miracle Hunter”); and John Iannone (Holy Shroud Task Force and author). Come hear captivating presentations and the scientific evidence supporting miraculously inexplicable Catholic treasures such as St. Juan Diego’s tilma, the Shroud of Turin, Eucharistic miracles, Incorruptible Saints, and many other supernatural manifestations.
Our conference speakers will provide well-documented, photographic, and scientifically-tested evidence by reputable experts, and as a result, we’ll see science, faith, and the supernatural converge. Hear the dramatic stories, and examine the evidence yourself of Eucharistic miracles, the Incorruptible Saints, the mysterious Shroud of Turin, the beautiful image of Our Lady of Guadalupe on St. Juan Diego's tilma, and much more! This conference will not only present you with many extraordinary manifestations plainly perceptible to the senses, yet beyond explanation, but will also intensify your intimate bond with Our Lord Jesus Christ and His Holy Catholic Church. Don’t miss it!
Fullness of Truth celebrates its 18th year bringing the top Catholic speakers, authors, theologians, and evangelists to conferences throughout Texas and Louisiana. To learn more about their 2018 event schedule, visit their website: www.fullnessoftruth.org or call: 877.218-7884 / 877-21-TRUTH / email@example.com.
Location: St. Pius X Catholic Church 201 E Bayou Pkwy, Lafayette, LA 70508
The Willwoods Community is blessed to be able to work with the St. Joseph Abbey Christian Life Center as a place to host our retreats. Each retreat is led by peer couple facilitators and a priest. Retreats begin on Saturday morning and end on Sunday after lunch. If you are traveling a far distance or if you would just like to start your weekend getaway earlier, you can make arrangements with us to arrive on Friday evening.
Our Married Couples Retreats are a great opportunity for couples to break away from the daily struggles and tasks and spend time rejuvenating and enriching their marriage.
“Marriage is linked to faith, but not in a general way. Marriage, as a union of faithful and indissoluble love, is based upon the grace that comes from the triune God, who in Christ loved us with a faithful love, even to the Cross. Today we ought to grasp the full truth of this statement, in contrast to the painful reality of many marriages which, unhappily, end badly. There is a clear link between the crisis in faith and the crisis in marriage. And, as the Church has said and witnessed for a long time now, marriage is called to be not only an object but a subject of the new evangelization.” (Pope Benedict XVI)
The Abbey is located on a 1,200-acre site four miles north of Covington, LA. The beautiful, lush and holy grounds provide each couple opportunities for quiet and reflective freedom.
The Christian Life Center can accommodate 23 couples. Each couple will be given their own private bedroom and bathroom. Guest rooms, chapel, lounge, library and dining room are all located in the same building.
There are no fees for the Married Couples Retreat. A suggested donation with deposit is welcomed to help us cover expenses. Those who are able to give more than the suggested donation, please do so. Those of more limited means may give whatever they can. Suggested donation, including the $50.00 deposit, is $275.00.
Are you, or someone you know, suffering the loss of a child through abortion? An Entering Canaan Day of Prayer & Healing for women and men who have experienced abortion will be held on Saturday, May 5, 2018.
Come begin your healing journey and experience God’s mercy. You are not alone. There is hope. For more info and confidential registration, please contact Tara at EnteringCanaanBR@yahoo.com or 256-568-6004.
All inquiries are confidential. Sponsored by the Catholic Diocese of Baton Rouge – Office of Marriage & Family Life.
Contact Phone Number: (225) 242-0164
The May Respect Life Gathering — Hope & Healing after Abortion will be held on Monday May 7 at St. Alphonsus Catholic Church Seelos Center, 2030 Constance ST in NOLA at 6:30pm with Pam Richard, Rachel’s Vineyard team member presenting.
Come join us…pray together ~ learn more about the issue ~ network!
Matt Rousso, A Maryknoll affiliate, will present a talk on the Care of God's Creation and Catholic Social Thought on May 7 with a light dinner starting at 6:45p.m. and the talk starting at 7:15p.m. Free babysitting will be provided with a five day advance reservation and a $20 refundable deposit with the church office at (985) 893-0642.
Contact Phone Number: (985) 892-0642
Location: Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Covington, La.
ASCENSION OF OUR LORD, feast day Mass, Thursday, May 10, 7 PM,
followed by a candlelight rosary led by AOL ministries in the Church parking lot.
Light refreshments will be served in Piovan Parish Hall. All are invited to join us
at 1900 Greenwood Dr., LaPlace, LA for this special feast day Mass and
For more information, please contact the Parish Office at (985) 652-
Presented by The Real Presence Association, Inc., www.therealpresence.org
Hosted by St. Dominic Parish, New Orleans
Friday May 11- 3 pm – 7pm
Saturday May 12 - 9am – 6pm
Sunday May 13- 9am - 12 noon
* All are invited to take advantage of this rare showing of over 100 posters documenting the extraordinary events concerning the bread and wine consecrated at Mass. The miracles documented have all been recognized by the local bishops, and their origins span the world.
Exhibit is free and appropriate for all ages. Posters are displayed in the school gymnasium.
DISCOVERING LIFE IN THE HOLY SPIRIT WITH MARY!
The Life in the Spirit Seminar is a one day event open to men and women. Come
deeper with Jesus and Mary and experience the fullness of life in the Holy Spirit.
This Seminar prepares a person to receive the Baptism in the Spirit and has
revolutionized the Christian lives of millions of Catholics all over the world. Pope
Francis has said, “Share with the whole Church the grace of Baptism in the Holy
Spirit.” The Seminar is sponsored by St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in
conjunction with the Catholic Charismatic Renewal of New Orleans (CCRNO) and
will be held Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 9AM to 3PM at St. Charles Borromeo
Catholic Church, 13396 River Road, Destrehan, La. 70047 in the Borromeo Room.
Bring bag lunch, drinks provided. Space is limited. Love offering will be taken.
While there is no charge for this seminar, please pre-registe. Call St. Charles
Borromeo at 985-764- 6383 or email at www.scblittleredchurch.org.
13th Annual Golf Tournament hosted by the Our Lady of the Lake Roman Catholic School's Men's Club. Men, women and children are invited to golf and help raise money to help support the parish and community needs.
Entry fee includes 18 holes of golf with cart, lunch prior to the tournament, BBQ after the tournament and soft drinks, beer and prizes, with a 2018 Jaguar hole-in-on prize on a par 3. $400.00 4 Golfer Team, $550.00 Team and Hole Sponsor, $150.00 Hole Sponsor, $250.00 Hole-in-One Sponsor, $500.00 Tent Sponsor, $100.00 Individual Golfer.
For more information, please contact Bryan Lindsay at 225-802-4476 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rachel’s Vineyard Retreat For Those Hurting from Abortion. There is forgiveness and
hope after abortion. If you or someone you love is hurting from abortion, please consider attending this faith-based, healing retreat. All faiths are welcome! Open to women and men. Healing the pain of abortion, one weekend at a time.
Date: May 18-20, 2018
Price: $190/person (Financial Assistance Available)
Facilitators: Pam Richard and Donna Scheuermann
Priest Facilitator: Fr. David Seid, O.P.
To register or for more information, contact the retreat facilitators:
Take courage. He is calling you!
Fr Phillip Scott, Catholic Priest and Founder of the order of Family of Jesus the Healer, has traveled the world speaking at conferences, retreats and missions giving his personal insights into the heart of God the Father from a truly Catholic perspective. The theme of this upcoming retreat is " To Live No Longer As An Orphan,but as a son and daughter in the house of the Father."
Semi private room w/meals $170.00
Private room w/meals $220.00
Commuter w/meals - $110.00
Contact Phone Number: (985) 402-3095
Location: Our Lady of The Way Spiritual Life Center 50352 Antioch Road Tickfaw, La. 70466
The St. Clare Memorial Seafood Festival is to raise money to support Catholic education in the Bay/Waveland area.
Nightly bands - Friday May 25 - Got Groove 7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. / Saturday May 26 - Elvis Impersonator (Nick Perkins) 1 p.m. - 3 p.m., Category 6 7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. / Sunday May 27 - Bay Ratz Marching Battery 1 p.m. - 2 p.m.; Ross Grisham 2 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.; 3C's Band 7 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Food Booths: Boiled / Fried Seafood, Cajun delicacies, BBQ, Crab Stuffed Potatos, hot dogs, hamburgers, cotton candy, Beer, Soft Drinks
Carnival Rides by Mitchell Bros. 5 K Run and Antique Car Show Saturday May 26 beginning at 8:00 a.m.. $1,000 raffle, craft vendors and more.
Location: 236 S. Beach Blvd. Waveland, MS 39576
Free talk, fellowship and Beer. Our guest speaker will be Father Mark Toups from Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church in Thibodaux.
Topic: Bringing Home our missed Catholics. Father Toups is an inspiring and engaging speaker. All are welcome.
The talk will be in the Life Center at 155 Holy Family Lane, Luling LA.
Contact Phone Number: (504) 289-3419
2018 New Orleans WINE: Catholic Women’s Conference
Join women from the greater New Orleans area and across the country for the Archdiocese of New Orleans’ second WINE: Catholic Women’s Conference co-hosted by WINE: Women In the New Evangelization and the Archdiocese of New Orleans!
Dynamic Catholic speakers, ValLimar Jenson and Renee Bondi, will inspire you and musician, Lorraine Hess, will rejuvenate your spirit. The day will include time for Mass, Confession, prayer, rest, socializing, and shopping. Saturday, June 9, 2018 at St. Angela Merici Catholic Church in Metairie, Louisiana. Special group rate available, so bring your friends! For more information and to register, visit wineconference.org.
(The early bird special ($55) ends on May 9, 2018, and because space is limited, we encourage you to register early!)
The June Respect Life Gathering — Focus on End of Life Issues will be held on Thursday June 19 at St. Jane de Chantal Catholic Church St. Jane Center, 70420 Maple ST in Abita Springs at 6:30pm with Mary Kantlehner presenting on her organization, Angels’ Place, a local organization that provides help for families of young children with terminal illnesses. Come join us…pray together ~ learn more about the issue ~ network!
Contact Phone Number: (504) 286-1119
Location: St. Jane de Chantal Catholic Church St. Jane Center, 70420 Maple ST in Abita Springs
The next meeting of WOMM will be on Tuesday, April 24 at 7 pm at St. Dominic Church in New Orleans in the Siena Room. Sandy Sanchez O.P. will be leading a discussion on women serving in the church. We invite all women of the parish to join us! If you have any questions, please contact Kelley Hebert at 504-616-0559 or email at WOMMnola@gmail.com
Maria Immacolata Catholic Church and School present the first annual La Bonne Terre Festival. The festival will include cajun and festival foods, rides, games, a full schedule of live music, arts and craft booths, and a silent auction! La Bonne Terre Festival will be held on April 21, 2018 from 8:00 AM - 11:00 PM on the Maria Immacolata Catholic Church Festival Grounds located at 246 Corporate Drive, Houma, Louisiana 70360.
Proceeds from the festival will be used to build a new school on the Church grounds. The current school is located 2 miles away from the church in an aging building that can no longer accommodate the needs of the growing school.
All women are invited to the spiritual exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola silent retreat at the William J. Kelly Retreat Center in Bay St. Louis, MS.
Registration opens August 1! Visit rclouisiana.com for more information
Games, Crafts, Rides, Live Bands, food and the best Charbroiled oysters you have ever had!!
Friday- Junior N Sumtin Sneaky
Saturday- Splint & Dino followed by Aaron Foret
Sunday- Brad Sapia Band
Contact Phone Number: (504) 689-4101
Location: St.Anthony Church 2653 Jean Lafitte Blvd
The April Respect Life Gathering — Fertility & Life Issues will be held on Thursday April 12 at Our Lady of the Lake, 312 Lafitte St in Mandeville at 6pm with Tracy Bannon, FertilityCare Practitioner presenting.
Come join us…pray together ~ learn more about the issue ~ network! Light refreshments will be served.
Contact Phone Number: (504) 400-4824
Location: Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church, 312 Lafitte ST, Mandeville
Mothers with teenage daughters, you’re invited to Growing Up Gracefully, a mother/daughter program for young ladies in high school and their mothers, sponsored by Woman’s New Life Center in collaboration with the Diocese of Baton Rouge Office of Marriage and Family.
Parents are the primary educators of their children. Mothers have a unique responsibility to teach and guide their daughters as they make the journey from little girl to young woman. The goal of this program is to give moms the tools they need to help their daughters not only survive the journey but become the women God created them to be—fully alive and full of grace!
The presentation will be given by Dr. Susan Caldwell, a NaproTechnology Medical Consultant, and Sarah Denny, a Creighton FertilityCare Practitioner.
• Your period and your body: what’s normal and what’s not? When should you see a doctor?
• The Birth Control Pill—is it really the best option?
• Making good decisions regarding the gift of sexuality
• Dating and healthy relationships—living the virtue of chastity
• The feminine genius—the great power and responsibility of being a woman
• Anonymous Q&A session
Contact Phone Number: (504) 496-0212
The Archdiocesan Human Trafficking Committee is hosting a Human Trafficking Training for all who work in ministries that serve any vulnerable populations.
On Monday April 9 FBI Special Agent Lenny Carollo will present “Basic Human Trafficking, Red Flags, & Reporting” at 7pm in the cafeteria at St. Edward the Confessor, 4921 W Metairie Ave, Metairie. The training is free & registration is not required.
Contact Phone Number: (504) 400-4824
Location: St. Edward the Confessor Catholic Church (school cafeteria), 4921 W Metairie Ave, Metairie
Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Covington will present Dr. Landon Roussel, MD, MBE speaking on "Healthcare and Catholic Social Thought" on Monday, April 9, 2018with a light supper starting at 6:45 pm and the talk beginning at 7:15 pm. Babysitting will be provided upon 5 day advance notice and a $20 refundable deposit at the church office (985) 892-0642.
Most Holy Trinity is located at 501 Holy Trinity Drive in Covington.
The purpose of this talk is to educate that Catholic faithful on what the Church teaches regarding healthcare.
Sunday-April 8th-Father Chester Smith, SVD from Chicago, Illinois; Monday-April 9th-Sister Eva Marie Lumas, SSS from Berkley California, Tuesday-April 10th- Deacon Kareem Smith from New York, NY, Wednesday-April 11th-Father Anthony M. Bozeman, SSJ, Pastor of St. Raymond and St. Leo The Great
Plus the most talented and inspirational Gospel Choirs in New Orleans.
Under the leadership of our Pastor, Father Anthony M. Bozeman, SSJ, we will host a 4-day outdoor celebration. It will be Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (April 8, 9, 10 and 11) at 6pmeach day. The location is Lemann Playground, 537 North Claiborne Ave. which is different this year due to the unavailability of our prior location. The Revival begins each evening at 6pm with songs of praise led by some of the most inspiring and talented Gospel Choirs in New Orleans. Nourishment for both the body and the soul will be provided by a dynamic Revivalist along with food to share with everyone. Attendance does not cost money. Instead you can cash in on some love, hope, and faith. These are things given to us freely with the intention to be shared. We invite you to take that extra leap of faith and step into our tent revival. Come and be inspired. Come feel the love, renew hope, and increase your faith.
The Feast of Divine Mercy will be celebrated at St. Peter Catholic Church in Covington on Sunday, April 8th.
Everyone is invited to join us at 2:30 PM for Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament followed by a reflection on the mission and message of mercy given to St. Faustina by Jesus. The Chaplet of Divine Mercy will be prayed on the half-hour starting at 3:00pmand ending at 4:00pm. The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered from 4:00 until 4:50pm. Silent prayer time will also be available during Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Benediction is at 4:30 pm. The regularly scheduled Sunday Mass begins at 5:00pm. Please call St. Peter Rectory for more information, 985-892-2422.
The Archdiocese of New Orleans and The Apostles of The Divine Mercy cordially invite you to celebrate the grace-filled Feast the Second Sunday of Easter, or of The Divine Mercy at St. Joseph Church at 1802 Tulane Ave., New Orleans on April 8, 2018.
Priests will be available for Confession beginning at 1:00 pm until Mass time. Mass at 3:00 pm with Archbishop Emeritus Alfred Hughes as celebrant. Eucharistic Adoration and Rosary will begin at 1:30 pm. The Chaplet of The Divine Mercy will be sung at 2:30 pm. There will be a blessing with a first class relic of St. Maria Faustina and a life-size image of Jesus, The Divine Mercy, will be available for veneration.
In response to the request of Jesus to St. Faustina, The image of Jesus, The Divine Mercy, is to honored and venerated on the Feast of Mercy. It is a visual reminder of all that Jesus did for us through his Passion, Death, and Resurrection...and a reminder also that we are to trust in Him and be merciful to others in return.
Jesus promised St. Faustina that those who received Holy Communion in a state of grace on Divine Mercy Sunday would receive"the complete remission of sins and punishment"(Diary 699). The theologian who examined St. Faustina's writings for the Holy See, Rev. Ignacy Rozycki, explained that this is the promise of a complete renewal of baptismal grace, and in that sense it is like a "second Baptism." Fr. Rozycki wrote:"...the remission of all sins and punishment is only found in the sacramental grace of Baptism. In the promises cited, Christ made the remission of all sins and punishment contingent on the reception of Holy Communion on the Feast of Divine Mercy. In other words, in this regard, He raised [the Holy Communion on Divine Mercy Sunday]
to the rank of a second Baptism. It is obvious in order to effect a complete forgiveness of sin and the punishment the Holy Communion received on the Feast of The Divine Mercy must not only be partaken of worthily, but it must also fulfill the basic requirements of The Divine Mercy devotion. However, received unworthily, without trust in Divine Mercy and devoid of some deed of mercy toward neighbor, it would be a contradiction of devotion to The Divine Mercy. instead of the exceptional grace, it would bring on the recipient the Divine Justice...".
"Our Lord's promise of complete forgiveness is a reminder that He is truly present and truly alive in the Eucharist, filled with love for us and waiting for us to turn to Him with trust. it is also a call for us to be washed clean through Confession and Holy Communion-no matter how terrible our sins-and begin our lives again."
Jesus requested that the Feast of The Divine Mercy be preceded by a novena consisting of the recitation of the Divine Mercy Chaplet. The chaplet can be said anytime, but the Lord specifically asked that it be recited as a novena, especially on the nine days before the Feast of The Divine Mercy. And He promised, "By this Novena (of Chaplets) I will grant every possible grace to souls."(Diary 796)
At a seminar for business executives, the Montgomerys discovered a roadmap for organizing and strengthening their family. It is their hope and privilege to share this blessing with you.
Val and Warren Montgomery have been married for 35 years. They are the parents of 5 children age 31 to 8 years. Val is from Wyoming and has been a full-time mom and part-time flight attendant since 1987. Warren grew up in Metairie, LA and has had a varied career in law, business and politics. Warren presently serves as the District Attorney for the 22nd Judicial District which encompasses Washington and St. Tammany Parish. They are active members of Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Covington.
Contact Phone Number: (985) 892-0642
Location: Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 501 Holy Trinity Drive, Covington, LA 70433
Deacon Richard and his wife Diane will reflect on their 39 years of marriage, reaching together for God and present different methods of couple prayer that may help participants grow closer on their spiritual journey. There will be quiet time for couples to practice the various methods and to see what fits for their relationship. Couples are encouraged to attend 430pm mass together, then plan to go out for a romantic dinner and date night afterwards to enjoy the closeness that the prayer will have fostered.
Contact Phone Number: (504) 861-3254
Location: St. Charles Borromeo 13396 River Road, Destrehan
Sister Antoinette Cedrone, a Salesian sister, will speak on the true presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. Two beautiful crucifixes will be given as door prizes and refreshments will be served. Hope to see you there!
Contact Phone Number: (504) 343-0516
Location: Our Lady of Prompt Succor in Chalmette School Gym
The Jubilee of the Word Marathon – 100 Hours for 100 Years is an extraordinary and unique way to celebrate the Centennial of the Diocese of Lafayette! Beginning on Wednesday April 4 at 12:30 PM the Bible will be read publicly cover to cover without pause in the Square of St. Martinville. The Marathon will conclude on Divine Mercy Sunday at 4:30 PM.
Bishop Douglas Deshotel will begin the reading from the first chapters of Genesis and Bishop Michael Jarrell will conclude with the closing chapters of the Book of Revelation. Over 300 lectors will be needed for 20 minute intervals.
Lectors from churches from throughout Acadiana and others interested in reading are encouraged to sign up for a reading slot during the Marathon. All are encouraged to come listen and Marinate in the Word!
For more info. or to register as a lector, please contact Fr. Michael Champagne, CJC at email@example.com or (337) 394-6550. More information is available at www.fetedieuduteche.org and Fete-Dieu du Teche on Facebook.
St. Bernadette Catholic Church in Houma will hold a 2-night Lenten mission presented by Dr. Tom Neal from Notre Dame Seminary College on March 27th & 28th.
Each night will begin with mass @ 6pm with Fr. Andre' Melancon presiding, followed by the presentations. The theme for the mission is "What Wondrous Love: The Paschal Triduum" Night 1 will be 'Jesus, God in Search of Man' and night 2 will be 'Jesus, Love to the End.' Through this mission we hope to attain a greater appreciation of the love and mercy that God poured out to us through His Only Son, Jesus Christ.
Come, listen, reflect and pray on these two nights, so that we may reverently walk the Triduum of Jesus' Passion and Death on the Cross with a refreshed sense of hope, a heart filled with gratitude and in joyful anticipation of the Easter glory!
The Pro-Life Oratory Contest is a national competition of high school juniors and seniors who compete by writing and giving speeches on pro-life topics, including abortion, adoption, euthanasia and other approved topics. The speeches must be 5-7 minutes long, and will be scored by a panel of judges.
Contestants can win up to $300.00, with 2nd and 3rd place positions as well! First place winners will compete at the State Pro-Life Life Oratory Contest on May 5th in Baton Rouge. The event will be held at the Louisiana Right to Life Office 200 Robert E Lee Blvd New Orleans LA 70122, 6:30-9:00PM.
To register and for more information on contests around the state: 504.835.6520 ProLifeLouisiana.org/OratoryContest
Contact Phone Number: (504) 835-6520
St. Joseph Altar:
The Saint Jane de Chantal Church in Abita Springs will have a St. Joseph Altar on March 19, 2018, in the St. Jane Hall. Our prayers and work are dedicated to “World Peace”. In keeping of the altar’s tradition, it will be aiding in the support of the St. Vincent DePaul Society. This is a wonderful way to celebrate Lent in our community, for it is a “Labor of Love”. The altar will also consist of prayer as we all work together in the love and joy of our Savior, our Lord Jesus Christ.
Sunday, March 18th following the 6:00 p.m. Mass, we will have viewing of the Altar. Cookie samples and coffee will be served.
March 19th the Altar will be open to the public at 12:00 noon until 4:00 p.m. Meals will be served until the food runs out.
Visitors will receive little bags of Italian cookies with a St. Joseph prayer card, a fava bean, and Italian bread.
Contact Phone Number: (985) 867-9353
Location: The Altar is located at St. Jane de Chantal Hall, 72040 Maple St., Abita Springs, La.
Information Session- Regina Caeli Academy w/ Special guest Michael Verlander
Saturday, March 17th
St. Mark's Parish PAC conference room
RCA is a hybrid academy, serving students in grades Preschool-12th grade in the Catholic tradition. RCA provides fully accredited academic and extracurricular classes for homeschoolers. Students attend classes using the Socratic method two days per week and are home schooled the remaining days. For more information visit www.rcahybrid.org or call Winslow Brandenburg, Center Coordinator of Education, at 225-257-9165. firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to welcoming you to RCA!
Contact Phone Number: (225) 257-9165
Location: 42021 LA-621 | Gonzales, LA 70737
Ascension of Our Lord Catholic Church
1900 Greenwood Drive, LaPlace, LA 70068
Located in Piovan Parish Hall
[enter through gate in Church parking lot]
Friday, March 16
- Blessing of the St. Joseph Altar in Piovan Parish Hall following the 8:30 AM
- Viewing following the blessing until 12:00 Noon, reopens for viewing from
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM with Stations of the Cross at 7:00 PM
Saturday, March 17
- Viewing from Noon – 5:30 PM (Mass at 4 PM)
Sunday, March 18
- Viewing from 8:00 AM – 12:00 Noon
(Masses at 8:30 AM & 10:30 AM)
This year’s altar is dedicated to our parishioners that have been called home by Our Lord. All
proceeds will be sent to the Saltillo, Mexico Missions in honor of our deceased founding pastor,
Fr. Benny Piovan.
The Knights of Columbus Council #9623 will serve a meatless meal following 10:30 AM Mass on
Sunday, March 18 th . Donations for the meal will be given to local seminarians to assist with
Italian Cookies, Baked Goods, Wine, Candles, Medals, Rosaries, & Holy Cards are available for a donation.
You are invited to St. Dominic's annual Supper and Substance event on Saturday, March 10th at 7:00 p.m. in the Gym.
Supper and Substance is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate marriage and relationships. The evening begins with a wine social, followed by a seated dinner with dessert, and music provided by the Peace of Cake Band. The night will also include an inspirational talk by our guest speakers, Gary and Claudia Levy, high school sweethearts who have been married for 36 years and who will share with us the personal story of their marriage journey.
Supper and Substance is not only for married couples, but also for the engaged, those who are dating, or anyone who seeks to celebrate and cultivate their relationship.
Contact Phone Number: (504) 610-3858
Location: St. Dominic Catholic Church
JANE TRUFANT HARVEY WILL BE AT THE CATHOLIC BOOK STORE, 3003 S. CARROLLTON AVE., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70118 SIGNING HER BOOK, ASK HIM FOR COURAGE WITH CANCER
SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 2018
11:00 AM TO 1:00 PM
IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW HAS CANCER, THIS BOOK WILL OFFER INSPIRATION AND COURAGE FOR THE BATTLE!
Contact Phone Number: (504) 915-7945
In celebration of our 60th anniversary as a church parish, we are hosting many activities throughout the year. This event is a craft show which will have vendors of small businesses and handmade craft items. We invite everyone to attend and join us in supporting local vendors along with celebrating our 60th anniversary. There is no admission fee for shoppers. If anyone is interested in being a vendor, please contact the church office for more information at 985 879-1506. Vendors can obtain a booth by making a minimum donation of $50 to the church.
Contact Phone Number: (985) 879-1506
Friday, March 9 - 6 to 9 P.M. and
Saturday, March 10,- 8 A. M. to 3:30 P.M.
at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church
529 W. 5 th St. LaPlace, La
Meals, Materials and Retreat Provided by Marian Servants
Retreat closes with 4:30 P.M. Vigil Mass- no travel – no fee
The entire retreat takes place at the church parish facilities.
Retreatants spend Friday night in their own
homes, so it is suggested they arrange for their households to allow them quiet.
Call the parish office at (985) 652-9100 or the
Marian Servants at (985) 630-2988
You may also register by sending an email to email@example.com
Pre-registration is requested so that materials and meals can